Washington and Jefferson believed that the Capitol’s appearance should reflect the fundamental ideas of the new government—national union, the bicameral legislative bodies it housed, and accessibility to all Americans.
Imagining how politics could be otherwise begins with recovering the political claims embedded in the familiar language and practices of Christian worship.
Expressions of ethnic nationalism, pretensions to racial superiority have no place in Christ’s church
Just as the church is not limited to a particular country, language or custom, so it is not bound by time. Surrounded by a great cloud of witnesses, remembering and following in the footsteps of those who have come before us in the faith, the church in its pilgrimage on earth aspires to a better country — that is, a heavenly one.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announces International Religious Freedom Alliance as second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom concludes
On the closing day of the second Ministerial to Advance Religious Liberty, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced plans to create a new International Religious Freedom Alliance.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo calls for religious pluralism and freedom for all as second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom begins
Secretary Pompeo recently announced the establishment of a Commission on Unalienable Rights, to furnish advice for the promotion of individual liberty, human equality, and democracy through U.S. foreign policy. In his opening remarks, Secretary Pompeo expressed his “hope that this ministerial will inform that discussion.”